Upcoming Concerts and Performances

Stay tuned for the Winter Blues Series starting in November. Dates, time and costs will be announced later.

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017, at 7:00 pm. Harping for Harmony features Venezuelan Harpist, Angel Tolosa. 

There is a flat entry fee of $5 per person at the door.

For more information visit www.harpingforharmony.org


Vintage Theatre Company presents Shakespeare's King Lear on Saturday, October 21, 2017. Evening time will be announced later. Call to order tickets in advance 304.637.2355. 


For information on the cast, please visit their link vintagetheatre-wv.com

PRESENTS the 60’s Summer Series. Thank you for joining us for a Summer of 60's inspired music. Thank you to our sponsors Colonial Motors and Propst Realty. 


Past Concerts


Internationally Acclaimed Jazz Sextet

The Whole World in Her Hands Sextet includes:
Monika Herzig, internationally acclaimed jazz pianist, composer, professor, entrepreneur and author.  She is one of the defining leaders of today’s jazz scene in the United States.
Leni Stern is a recognized musical genius.  Originally from Germany, her identity as a guitarist and singer has been shaped by extensive study of African music
Reut Regev is a native of Israel and an avant-garde trombonist now living and performing in the NYC scene.  Regev excelled as a member of world famous Israeli Army band.
American jazz bassist, Jennifer Vincent, performed with the Duke Ellington Orchestra for an eight year run.  Vincent is in demand throughout the East Coast as a session bassist and collaborator.
Drummer, Rosa Avila, is Puerto Rican, and toured for 18 years with Andy Williams.  Her drumming encompasses a wide range of styles and traditions as she is currently touring with Latin rock trio, Los Lobos.
Jamie Baum, is a Guggenheim Award winner, as well as one of NYC's top flautists, according to Sean Nowell, jazz saxophonist and consultant to the West Virginia Jazz Society.

For more info on Monika Herzig click here. 




The High Ridge Ramblers are Dave Bing, Andrew Dunlap, and Mark Payne. West Virginia mountain music the way they feel it on fiddle, banjo, and guitar.  "There is something about the sound of a banjo, fiddle, and guitar working shoulder to shoulder in this music that has always... appealed to us. The blend of these particular instruments combines to create a special sound. We also like the combination of liberty and discipline needed for playing as a trio. While there is room for each player to maneuver musically, with only the three instruments there is also the responsibility of always pulling your musical weight and keeping the groove deep. Mostly we just have a lot of fun playing this music and trying to draw out of it what we hear in it."



The Winter Blues Series

The Arts Center finished the Winter Blues Series in January of 2017. Thank you to Elkins Auto for sponsoring this event.